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Social: Wealden Business Group charity dinner

PUBLISHED: 06:00 23 March 2016

Pip and Angela Adams, Chris Sturdy, Helen and Richard Harvey

Pip and Angela Adams, Chris Sturdy, Helen and Richard Harvey

BRD Associates

We visited the Wealden Business Group charity dinner. Pictures by: Brian Russell of BRD Associates

Amanda and David BakerAmanda and David Baker

Wealden Business Group, the Tenterden-based networking group for owners and managers of local companies, held its annual charity dinner at the London Beach Hotel and raised almost £4,000, including a cheque for £2,660 from the hotel, presented by owner Pierre Edmonds. Together with money raised by the group over the past 12 months, this brings to more than £6,000 the total amount to be presented to the group’s charity of the year, the Ashford branch of Parkinson’s UK. The dinner was attended by almost 70 members and their guests and featured an auction, which included a weekend driving a new F-Type Jaguar, a signed Kent County Cricket Club bat and a canteen of cutlery.

Catrin Gaston and Juan Iglesias Bartel take to the dancefloorCatrin Gaston and Juan Iglesias Bartel take to the dancefloor

Pictures by: Brian Russell of BRD Associates

Cheryl and Chris SturdyCheryl and Chris Sturdy

Geoff and Susan Hilton with (right) Christine Endersby, vice chair, Parkinson's UKGeoff and Susan Hilton with (right) Christine Endersby, vice chair, Parkinson's UK

Helen and Simon HammondHelen and Simon Hammond

Matt Endersby (aka Bye George) with Tracey Verdamutti and David EndersbyMatt Endersby (aka Bye George) with Tracey Verdamutti and David Endersby

Mike and Carol FraserMike and Carol Fraser

Pierre Edmonds presents London Beach cheque to Wealden Business Group Dee BatemanPierre Edmonds presents London Beach cheque to Wealden Business Group Dee Bateman

Rosemarie and Terry BotfieldRosemarie and Terry Botfield

Steven Hall and Jacquie OffenSteven Hall and Jacquie Offen

Sue Kimber presents the signed Kent Country Cricket club bat to Callum KnowlesSue Kimber presents the signed Kent Country Cricket club bat to Callum Knowles

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